Recap Viking Bar event

Recap Viking Bar event

SACC-Seattle would like to thank those of you who joined us on Friday January 20th for our first networking event of 2017! Everyone met up and mingled with drinks and snacks at Swedish Club Seattle, enjoying the spectacular nighttime view over Lake Union.

 

Attendees enjoyed the magnificent view over Lake Union

Recap Glögg and Meatballs event

Recap Glögg and Meatballs event

A warm thank you to everyone who joined us Tuesday evening for our second annual glögg and meatballs event at the Consulate of Sweden in Kirkland. Everyone had the opportunity to mingle and enjoy some Swedish glögg and traditional appetizers with meatballs, herring and ginger bread cookies. We were also fortunate to listen to the SWEA choir as a Lucia procession took place.

Attendees at the event were visited by Lucia and the procession of star boys and handmaidens.


EuroSeattle Startup weekend

On January 23-25, 2015 SACC-Seattle will participate in Euro Seattle Startup Weekend. All Startup Weekends follow the same basic model: anyone is welcome to pitch their startup idea and receive feedback from their peers. Teams organically form around the top ideas (as determined by popular vote) and embark in a 54 hour frenzy of business model creation, coding, designing and market validation. The weekend culminates with presentations in front of local entrepreneurial leaders with another opportunity for critical feedback. You can check out the website for registration and to learn more. 
When: January 23-25 
Where: Amazon, 207 Boren Avenue N, Seattle

EuroSeattle Startup


European Business Mingle

The British-American Business Council (BABC), the French American Chamber of Commerce (FACC) and SACC-Seattle are proudly announcing this event that will take place on Sept. 25, from 5:30-8:30pm. You are invited to join with European friends and colleagues for an evening of happy hour business networking at the Daily Grill, 629 Pike Street in Seattle. We will meet in the Pike Lobby Room to mix-n-mingle, talk business and make connections. Light appetizers will be served. No host bar. Enter to win a special door prize! Members pay only $10 so hurry up because this event will fill up quickly.


“Lusthus Midsommar” Warm-up

Join us for an evening of beauty, hospitality and heritage.  Scandinavian Garden Pavilions is exclusively inviting you to experience the beauty and comfort of a genuine Swedish “Lusthus”, June 19th at 6pm.

Enjoy some wine and hors-d'oeuvre while Lena Lönnberg and Mark Hickling, founders of Scandinavian Garden Pavilions, tell us about the history and tradition of "lusthus" in Sweden.  And see, first hand, the beautiful Herrgård Pavilion, hand-crafted in the north of Sweden, now available in North America.

Address:  1935 2nd St., Kirkland, WA  98033

Directions:  From I-405 (heading north or south) - Take exit 18 for NE 85th St and drive west down 85th St. toward Kirkland.  Continue into downtown Kirkland (as 85th changes name to Central Way) and turn right on Market Street.  Drive north on Market Street for 1 mile and turn right on 19th Ave.  Drive up the hill two blocks to 2nd Street and turn left.  1935 2nd Street is the 5th house on the left.  Park anywhere on 2nd Street.

Seats are limited so please RSVP as soon as possible, latest by June 16th
Send an email to info@sacc-seattle.org sign up at Facebook or call ph 425-8292308.  

For more information about Scandinavian Garden Pavilions visit www.scandinavianpavilions.com

lusthus


SACC-Seattle Annual Meeting on March 20, 2013

ANNUAL MEETING

We are happy to announce that this year’s Annual Meeting will take place at the Cutter & Buck headquarters on 701 North 34th Street in Lake Union, Seattle on Wednesday March 20, 6:00 pm.

Program:

6:00 pm - Registration and networking

6:30 pm - Opening presentation

7:00 pm - Annual Meeting begins

Please R.S.V.P. to info@sacc-seattle.org no later than March 15, 2013.

 Welcome!


Seminar IT Security: Exposing Cyber Attacks, February 22 2013

 

On February 22, 2013 SACC-Seattle invites you to a seminar at Swedish Cultural Center with the renowned IT Specialist Marcus Murray and Hasain Alshakarti. 

We will start at 10.45am-12.00 noon and Swedish chef Ann Margret will provide lunch after the seminar at 12 noon, as she does every Friday.

 

We hear about hackers making serious intrusions on major enterprises networks or how government websites are being subjected to cyber attacks by groups like “anonymous”.

 This is only the tip of the iceberg which is visible to the public. In fact most nations are preparing for, what in general terms is called “cyber warfare”, where malicious code is used to infect and knock out vital organizations, enterprises and even nuclear power plants. The buzz word is APT “Advanced Persistent Threat”. Most famous to date is the Stuxnet case that put the world on edge this last spring.

 Marcus Murray and Hasain Alshakarti from the Swedish IT security consulting firm TrueSec, will explain further how this happened and how this can be prevented by using the Stuxnet case and other known intrusions as example. What can we expect for the future and what is the world doing to prepare itself to counter these attacks?  Marcus Murray and Hasain Alshakarti will start on a global level all the way down to our personal computer and cell phone’s security in order to better equip us to counter these problems on a corporate and individual level.                                                                                                              

 Bio Speakers: Marcus Murray and Hasain Alshakarti are among the world’s foremost IT Security experts working with global enterprises on international missions.

When: Friday, February 22

Time:  10.45am-12 noon, for those who would like, lunch is available for purchase in the dining room after 12 noon (for menu please visit www.swedishculturalcenter.org).

Location: Swedish Cultural Center,1920 Dexter AveN. Seattle,WA98109

Cost: Free; for new/ renewed SACC-Seattle members 2013 and SCC members, 5$ for guests

RSVP: By e-mail to info@sacc-seattle.org or by phone 425.952.6299 please indicate if you plan to have lunch at theSwedishCulturalCenter after the seminar.

 Please note: we need your RSVP no later than February 19, 2013!


Lucia Bal, December 15, 2012

 

Lucia Bal 2012

  December 15

At

The Swedish Cultural Center

Program:

6:00 p.m. Welcome Glögg & Ginger Snaps

6.45 p.m. Lucia Concert

7.30 p.m. Traditional Swedish Christmas Dinner

8.30 p.m. Dance Floor Opens

 

Location: 1920 Dexter Avenue NorthSeattle, WA98109

Ticket (including dinner): $50SACC-Seattle members ~ $50 SCC Members ~ $55 Guests

No Host Bar
Parking: Free 

RSVP: By e-mail to info@sacc-seattle.org, or phone: 425-952-6299  
Payment: Issue a check to SACC-Seattle and mail to SACC-Seattle, 5350 Carillon Point, Kirkland WA98033 

 

 

Payment and RSVP must be received by December 10,2012.

No late registrations will be accepted!

  


The Euro-Crisis

 

 

 The Department of Scandinavian Studies presents:

 

   

State Secretary Gunnar Oom

Swedish Ministry of Trade

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Douglas Forum, Bank of America Executive Education Center, 4th floor

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

 

 

 Gunnar Oom is State Secretary to Minister for Trade Ewa Björling. He has served in this position with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs since November 2010. Prior to his appointment, he served as Mayor and Chairman of the Municipality Board ofDanderyd, Sweden from 2003-2010. Mr. Oom has held a number of positions within the private sector in Sweden, including Business Developer and Chief Investment Manager, with NCC BOT; Director, Project Finance, with Vattenfall AB; Managing Director, Idhammar System; and Managing Director, SveaBanken. He speaks English, German and Russian.

 

This event is free and open to the public.

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